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China International Studies

No.78, September/October 2019

来源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    时间:2019-09-30

Seventy Years of Diplomatic Achievements Since the Founding of the People's Republic of China

Zheng Zeguang

Over the past 70 years, China has forged ahead against all odds and embarked on a path of major-country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics. Standing at a new historical starting point, China's foreign policy will achieve make new and greater contributions to the realization of the two centenary goals and the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation.


China-Africa Joint Endeavor on the Digital Silk Road: Opportunities, Challenges and Approaches

Huang Yupei

Africa has great potential for development in the digital economy. The China-Africa joint endeavor on the Digital Silk Road provides new opportunities for African countries to integrate into the global industrial and value chain on an equal basis, and creates suitable channels for China to share the dividends of digital transformation.


China-Nordic Blue Economic Passage: Basis, Challenges and Paths

Zheng Yingqin

In building the blue economic passage leading up to Europe via the Arctic Ocean, China and the Nordic countries should jointly explore a new mode of mutually beneficial and win-win cooperation, which requires thinking in an innovative manner, and relies on practically tackling challenges and jointly seeking solutions.


Australia's Strengthened South Pacific Diplomacy: Measures, Motives and Constraints

Liu Qing

Under the framework of Indo-Pacific strategy, Australia has in recent years increased its diplomatic, economic and security input in the South Pacific, which will exert a profound impact on regional geopolitics. However, some factors may affect whether Australia's South Pacific policy could achieve its expected strategic goals.


Middle Eastern Countries' Involvement in the Horn of Africa

Zhang Mengying & Li Xinfeng

Based on their own national interests, Middle Eastern countries have become actively involved in Horn of Africa affairs to realize their respective strategic objectives. Despite some positive implications, the military assistance and security-related construction aimed at suppressing opponents could essentially bring drawbacks to the region's long-term stability.


East Asian Economic Integration under the US Protectionist Trade Policy

Pan Xiaoming

The Trump administration's protectionist trade policy, featuring the imposition of tariffs and aimed to maintain US advantages in bilateral competition, has severely affected the mainly export-driven East Asian economies. Building a developed market through internal economic integration will be an effective path for East Asian countries to achieve sustainable growth.


The US Strategy of Competitive Infrastructure Investment in the Indo-Pacific Region

Liu Feitao

As a major economic pillar of its overall Indo-Pacific strategy, the US competitive infrastructure investment in the Indo-Pacific is a crucial leverage to conduct comprehensive strategic competition with China. In the future, China's Belt and Road cooperation are bound to confront growing competition from the US and the negative effect of US political intervention.


India-Japan Infrastructure Cooperation: Progress and Challenges

Feng Libing

Through infrastructure cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, India and Japan are attempting to synergize their development policies and diplomatic strategies, with an eye to balancing China's growing influence in the region. This has brought a new dimension to the China-India-Japan trilateral relationship with implications for regional stability and development.


BRICS Cooperation on Maritime Economy: Priorities, Challenges and Path

Xue Zhihua

Cooperation in the maritime economy creates a new engine for economic growth of BRICS countries, and serves for BRICS to participate in global ocean governance and promote its transformation. BRICS countries should make innovations based on existing outcomes, and explore a sustainable path for maritime economic development and cooperation.


New Situation and Future Prospects for Maritime Cooperation between India and Vietnam

Shao Jianping

The maritime cooperation between India and Vietnam has been deepening on a regular and institutionalized basis with specific achievements. It stems not only from the continuation of their respective foreign policies, but also from their shared interests in the face of China's growing influence in the Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean.